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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 205, Number 1, 1 May 2012

Age your garlic for longevity!
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Persson, P. B.; Persson, A. Bondke

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The juxtaglomerular apparatus
pp. 6-8(3)
Authors: Perlewitz, A.; Persson, A. E.; Patzak, A.

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Phospholamban and cardiac function: a comparative perspective in vertebrates
pp. 9-25(17)
Authors: Cerra, M. C.; Imbrogno, S.

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Physiological regulation of cardiac contractility by endogenous reactive oxygen species
pp. 26-40(15)
Authors: Perjés, Á.; Kubin, A.M.; Kónyi, A.; Szabados, S.; Cziráki, A.; Skoumal, R.; Ruskoaho, H.; Szokodi, I.

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CB1 receptor antagonists: new discoveries leading to new perspectives
pp. 41-60(20)
Authors: Kirilly, E.; Gonda, X.; Bagdy, G.

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Aged red garlic extract reduces lipopolysaccharide‐induced nitric oxide production in RAW 264.7 macrophages and acute pulmonary inflammation through haeme oxygenase‐1 induction
pp. 61-70(10)
Authors: Park, H.‐J.; Jeon, B. T.; Kim, H. C.; Roh, G. S.; Shin, J.‐H.; Sung, N.‐J.; Han, J.; Kang, D.

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Caffeine‐stimulated fatty acid oxidation is blunted in CD36 null mice
pp. 71-81(11)
Authors: Lally, J. S. V.; Jain, S. S.; Han, X. X.; Snook, L. A.; Glatz, J. F. C.; Luiken, J. J. F. P.; McFarlan, J.; Holloway, G. P.; Bonen, A.

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Leptin regulates sugar and amino acids transport in the human intestinal cell line Caco‐2
pp. 82-91(10)
Authors: Fanjul, C.; Barrenetxe, J.; Iñigo, C.; Sakar, Y.; Ducroc, R.; Barber, A.; Lostao, M. P.

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A mouse model of reverse cardiac remodelling following banding‐debanding of the ascending aorta
pp. 92-102(11)
Authors: Bjørnstad, J. L.; Skrbic, B.; Sjaastad, I.; Bjørnstad, S.; Christensen, G.; Tønnessen, T.

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Rapid onset vasodilatation is blunted in obese humans
pp. 103-112(10)
Authors: Blain, G. M.; Limberg, J. K.; Mortensen, G. F.; Schrage, W. G.

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Not only accumulation, but also saturation status of intramuscular lipids is significantly affected by PPARγ activation
pp. 145-158(14)
Authors: Chabowski, A.; Żendzian‐Piotrowska, M.; Nawrocki, A.; Górski, J.

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Satellite cell pool enhancement in rat plantaris muscle by endurance training depends on intensity rather than duration
pp. 159-166(8)
Authors: Kurosaka, M.; Naito, H.; Ogura, Y.; Machida, S.; Katamoto, S.

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Endurance exercise modifies the circadian clock in zebrafish (Danio rerio) temperature independently
pp. 167-176(10)
Authors: Egg, M.; Tischler, A.; Schwerte, T.; Sandbichler, A.; Folterbauer, C.; Pelster, B.

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One‐legged endurance training: leg blood flow and oxygen extraction during cycling exercise
pp. 177-185(9)
Authors: Rud, B.; Foss, Ø.; Krustrup, P.; Secher, N.H.; Hallén, J.

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Training to improve performance: one leg at a time
pp. 186-188(3)
Authors: Layec, G.; Richardson, R. S.

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